Travel Guide

21 Jan 19
Unfinished Business

A friend and colleague walked away from my office the other day shouting “Hey, I miss your blog!” and I thought “Yeah, I miss my blog too.” I chose the name “Unfinished Business” to make this an open, pressure-free place. Of course,  I then loaded expectations and self-imposed guidelines of what would be “enough” for […]

21 Jan 19
Plan Egypt tours

Get the opportunity Luxury Vacation to Cairo, Nile Cruiseand Red Sea  and explore Cairo  by visiting Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, Valley Temple and many historical sites in Cairo, visit historical  sites between luxor and aswan, travel to red sea to watch amazing color reefs, amazing beaches and more. Discover the charming nature and historical landmarks in Egypt, get relaxed during your […]

21 Jan 19
Mel's Travel Blog

We spent the afternoon at an ethical elephant sanctuary today – the Elephant Retirement Park about 40 mins drive from Patong Beach – and it was amazing. Most of our time was spent with Euro, the big male elephant, but we also hung out with an old grandma and some rescued babies. This baby was […]

21 Jan 19
Study Abroad Guide for Students in MiddleEast

Study Medicine, Engineering or Language Program at a Top-Ranked UK University UK universities are associated with quality education, earning a degree from one of the UK’s universities will boost your career progression. UK is the opportunity to excel your English language skills, develop your academic knowledge and grow in confidence to succeed in your career. The […]

21 Jan 19
Wanderlust Travel & Photos

In this fourth part of my Epic National Parks Road Trips series, I am going to walk you thru a road trip itinerary that takes you thru some of America’s most stunning national parklands.  The Pacific Northwest is renown for its wildness and its beauty and the national parks that are found in the Pacific Northwest of the United States are no different.  They are wild and they are beautiful.

21 Jan 19
calderdaleforum50plus

Calderdale Council’s Cabinet’s latest budget proposals are now available for consultation. The publication of the draft proposals mark the start of a 28 day public consultation. The Cabinet is required to make further savings of £900,000 to achieve a balanced budget in 2019/20 on top of those which have been agreed by Council in previous […]

21 Jan 19
Florence Study Abroad Experience

This weekend I had the opportunity to travel to Interlaken, Switzerland with a group of my friends, which turned out to be one of the most amazing experiences I have ever had. After lugging our suitcases from train to train, we finally arrived in beautiful Interlaken. Luckily our Airbnb was a short walk away from […]

21 Jan 19
Travel Guide For the Broke and Shy

As many of you know, I will be spending my spring 2019 semester abroad at Maynooth University in Maynooth, Ireland. 31 minutes outside of Dublin, I am anticipating the time of my life as I spend the next four-ish months living it up in the Motherland. I have created this page to keep everyone updated […]

21 Jan 19
Andrew Scordo

True You Stronger, You Smarter, You Prettier, Than me. That what’s Important? Stronger, Smarter, Prettier? Can Only Be Me. The Best Me. Path Perhaps, You’re Better than me. I don’t know, I don’t ask that. I just go. Go where you ask? Where I need to go. Who Guides you? A Being Far Greater, Than […]

21 Jan 19
The Curious Cowgirl

Hey y’all!  I can’t express how much I appreciate your emails, your comments on my Blog posts, your questions on Facebook and Instagram.  My greatest desire is to be a reliable resource for you as you contemplate and plan travel.  Today, I’m exploring some of the questions I have received over the past few months about visiting Rome. 

21 Jan 19
Where's Hillarie

2018 is a year of change. I am constantly subject to external forces that change and force me to grow. Courage I step out of my comfort zone and take up new challenges. The huge push factor came from the unhappiness which I have been suppressing for long, I am aware of the need to […]

21 Jan 19
NCMA

Fun, quirky and memorable ways to build a loyal customer base While “thanks” has a nice ring to it, words just don’t carry the gravity of actions. If you’re in the customer service business — and every business is, in some capacity — you should strive to continually show your gratitude to customers in fun […]

21 Jan 19
Connor Renwick

The following post is brought to you by Snyder Diamond. Our partners are hand-picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design. Was travel one of your New Year’s resolutions? This April, Los Angeles kitchen and bath showroom Snyder Diamond will embark on its second annual trip to Salone del Mobile […]